My Hair is Extra Long Feed your hair; nourish It; give it something to live on. Then it will slop falling, and will grow long and heavy. Aycr's I lair Vigor Is the only hair-food you can buy. For (SO years it has been doing just what wc claim It will do. It will not disappoint you. ' Mr hslr In he er slmrt. tint aftar llfth'U Ayer's M m1 r Vi.hi u .limt ttltm It liessit to prow, atiil now II li fntirtwiiit llirhes loti;. i hli rriii. a piano Id rt-atilt i' me after being luio.l IU, 1. 1, 1 njr MHIl.it. II. MrU, I (dorado apilngs. Colo. J A Made hy J.O. Ayer lo., Lowell, Hhi. I fl Also waiiureeturers of XARSAPAItlLLA. IMI.I V CIHHIti- WCTOBAL. I iers GREAT TUNNEL PLANNED. Central I'arlAx t 1'lerre lb Mlerrst Netada Mountains. "Tim tHirtiiK of what will le ttii Ioiir ft tunnel In (In. I'nlti-1 Htat-, nml out of the loiiKcNt In tln world, has very n iil.v Ix-en determined upon y t ! Central I'm Iflo Kallnmd 'uinpMriy' " J. May n Ititlt Imor lu the Techni cal World Maiciulue. "Chief Knjrlneer William Hood liai flnlahed lan ami report fr the pro posed Klifintlr six in lit holo .) h bored llinnujli tliu Nlerra Nevada Mountain In California, a short distant' west of tln town of Tnnkee, Arli. Tln ohject of IIiIk jirent tunnel la to rut down the preacui niouiitiilii climb of 7.017 feet hy fully 1!.mio feet, iintl thus eliminate many of tin- present rurves nml 111 11.I1 of the grade. Chief J'.iik'iiieer IIimkI'h icjiiiitH coiil it In hiiiiip IIK . H M II t 1. IH of III f-Nt NITICM Of Nlir- tr.VN. iiiniti' some yeara n Kit, mill these will iIimiIiIIiks le approved by Presi dent llarrliiinu: nml work. It U expei t i'il. will wry xoim m t'oiiiiiii'iK'i-il on ihii great 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I . "It U estimated Hint the tunnel will rout not kk Him 11 $ Iu.ixhi.ikhi M rl,l tlint llliioliK other thlliR It will 1 Im-Ui-I) the iiiiiiuiil exeiies of iiiMTiitliiK trains over the inouiitnlu iIIvIhIoii iy fully (IINI.INMI. H.-llIK' OVIT :iH,(HH) feet III length, the tunnel will Ih one of the longeat In tho worhl iitul certainly the longest In tlu I'nlted State. The long rt now In fxUtciii-o on this continent In the 10,KK foot I -ore lu the Cnseade range In Washington, ou tho Great Northern Itallroad." rrnlrrllnn of Amrrtrnn nirde. The. movement for the plotertloll of htl'iU III Alliel'li'il Iiiih long Kllirtt UN Nllluril fol'luliliililo pi'opolt lolls, mii.VH Ainerhnil Homes, mid (linden. Much of tho eieillt for the work accomplish ed U due to the Audiilioli aorlelleM, wlilrh exUt lu llilrl.v live KtntiM, mid which for a 11 1 1 1 11 1 r of yeiim hnve cur ried on nil active work for the coiinitv lii of hlrd life, ', e reNiilta iiccom iMhed lire coiiNlileriihle. A "inoilel law" drawn up hy tliu American Ornl tholnjjUtii' union l now In force In Ihlrly Slnten nml the IMatrlct of t'o liiuihlii. '1'ho l-acey Inw exeludea from liilci'Nlntii coiiiiin rce all IiIpIn killed II li'k'nlly lu any Stale, and iiinltc I hone leulllliiMtcly killed Miiliject to the law of the Stale lu which they are hoiuht. I.awa irohlhltlnif the Hale of icaiuu out of aeaaon, even when killed In Men Hon, look toward I lie name end of con NervlliK hlrd IITe. Public ntleiitlon him la-en armixed 011 the aubject, and even tho manufacturer of air rlllea no long er rnlla attention to the fuel that they will kill muall Kame wltlilu abort dlx taucea. Ahaolute rotectlou hut not yet been given tho bird everywhere, but a xreat ami Important work hna been well begun and la being carrlud forward. WHY CANADA REJECTS COIN. f lr Thick Ink. On tho Houth Hide la a Chinaman who hna not been lu Chicago I011K enough to mnater the KiikIIhIi liwiKtiaKc, live that ho him grni-d the mennlng of a few worda. Tb.e other lay ho went Into tho atore of a tradeamnn, but waa unablo to make any one lu th tore iimleratand what ho wanted. To the rlerka lie kept aaylnjc "tllnjt, tllnic." After all had given up In des pair and when John waa almut to make Ida departure, the proprietor liapix'iied to make Ida apiMartiuce. At once "tllnic" to him waa airing and he pro cured a aectlon of rope the alze of a clothcMllne. John looked at It for a moment, tooli It In hla yellow llugera and then aald "young rHng." Then the merchniit went to a cubluet, pulled out a drawer mid crime hack with a Hpool of thread. The Moiik'ollnn'M fiice waa at onco wreatheI with NiiilleH. He handed over bin nickel nml went about bis buxlucKH with the (i I r of a mini who had accoin plUhcd U greut lllidertiikllig. C'hlcagj Newa. Tho Kuronrailx Ilia. Young Man (anient, but bxtiful) . Mi llov. I Khali try to uliotv you Hint I am not -r aa lug a Tool a I rriu. You iiiuntu'l Jii(1k uie ny appvar- iio-i. 'rin Young Woman Certainly not, Mr. Wrightaort. You don't make your tip-j-'HrnniiH here often enough for that. Fortune' Wheel. "See that old chapV" remnrkil th rliilimnn, K)inting out the window to nn old peddler, who curried a bilxVi of nlioi) lace. "Well, h rami? 'o t h . n country from Ituia ten yrnr ago. lie borrowed aoine inouoy to purcliunf a banket and be gan to pciblle ahoe laceii. How much do you think bo'a worth to dyV Jut mnk a guerni." Several larg luma wer nientloned ex pectanlly. "Wrong," aald the clubman. "He Un't worth a cent aod b itill owi for the banket." I'uck. 'You Had Tried It. ought to try taking on an empty utomnch.' a long walk "Why, doctor, I ter the raccn were worae for It." did the other day, af over, and felt all the Send postal for "Vook of Presents ' S,-nd for KC right a way. It's purer and more efficient than any Bak ing Towdcr that costs three times as much. Do you know the secret of the Wave . Circle ? Wonderful! Don't delay another day! En1, 25 oz. for 25c. A II grocers I'reaenc of 1,000,000 Worth ( ntiea l.o In lloinfnlon. Our lielghbora will aoon have relurn ed to t Iiciii the Kinall change that baa drifted out of their circulation and baa for yeara been loaning about lu oura, nn y h the 'J'oronto Mull and Kmplre. 'J' be nlckela, the dlmca, the 2 cent plecea, the f0 cent plecen mid the dollar pieced that bear, If not exactly tho linage and Kupcrxcrlptlon, at all eveula the emblem of I'licle Ham will ViiiiInIi from the (Micketa and the tllla to ami from which they uk" to pax lu thla couulry 011 eijual terma with our own allver coin. I'uder an arrangement made by the finance department with the hank the hitter lire nrreatlng all the American allver coIiih that 11111111 Into their lunula. At the beginning of the preaent month the plan for tho ex IumIoh of thla nlleii money came Into operation. All of the American plecea :hat reach tho banka will bo irted u Jul ahlppod to New York, where they will be received at the agency of the liauk of Montreal. It la not becauae they will be ajH-clally benefited by the riddance that the hunka are helping the coin out. Though tho amount of thla American metallic money In Canada la cMlmated at $ J ,(KKi,(aai, It doca not com pete to any appreciable extent with bank currency, which la all In the form of notea of 110 lower denomination than It la true If we give facility to the circulation of American coin we Invite American paicr money. Doubtleaa there would be lenn of the latter here If the allver of our nelghbora were alwaya refuacd In Canada. It la dominion government money, however, not bank money, that la dla- placed by American allver paaalng In Canada. And with the dominion gov ernment the loaa la 110 mere lutereat charge. The government loaea the dif ference between the coin value and the bullion value. The metal In n Mtccnt piece coata the government nlxtut 2.') centa. The piece of bullion for which It paya out I'.'t centa la Htainped Into coin, w ldcli In accepted by the credltora. auppllera or employe of the govern luet.t iim payment for W) it'iita' worth of tu-rvlce, niaterhil or cndit. If tbt H.IKIi.ihni of American allver had not la-en lu the country J1,(HK),(H) of Cana dian allver would have been required. To provide thla money the government would have had to Hjn-nd about I4.V), U.0, but aa It would have got $1,(MK,(kiC for It there would have been a profit of eMO.tHXi. Thla ahould not be foregone becauae of Indulgence toward our neigh bora or because we are too cureless to look after our owu Interest. By keep lug Ita money here we were really con tributing more than f.ViO.ofiO to the revenue of the Tutted Ktatea. IM 'flj ' W W TO rri UUU ALMOST AS COMMON IN SUMMER AS IN WINTER. Jaquesfffg. Co. Chicago Every reader of this paper can get a package of "20-Mule-Team" Borax and a bar of "20-Mule-Team" Borax Soap, with a Beautiful Souvenir Picture 7x14 inches in 10 colors; Absolutely Free. Kor n limited time only, on receipt of 10 cents in blimps or hilver (to pay po-taf;e and pucking) w.lh yoiii' mime und address mid your dealer's name, wc w ill send you a full hize package of Ihnt nidveraally us. d Household Ne e-sity, "LUM ULK-TKAM" ItOltAX; alsoa bar '"Ai-Ml'I.lvTKAM" IIOUAX HOAI', free; ami it elude a beautiful a. uvenir 'picture 7x14 In 10 color-, called the "OLD DKIVKU'ii HKVI0U1K," wilh a iW puge b ioklet giving lmm valuable uses for llorax in the Home, Farm, (larden and Hairy; ltorax in the I.aiipdiy, Nursery, Siik Kooiu and Kitchen; 1'reservutivj uses t f llonu, and hints on "How to Have u Clear Complexion" and art el a on the "Hair mi l Hands " WHITIC NOW I enclose a dimo with your name and addr ss and dealer's name, end recelv- by return mail Ibis free olb r ami souvenir Addiess, I'ltcillo Coust U.irax ,, tiitklaml, Culif'oinia. DR. W. A. WISf. Pulling Teeth dviilal work. Hut iiothliiK Unit nioili-rn duntlHtry lu aecimi pllslied U urenlfr llin eliclln Im-lli will. out pain W hv in y-"t' xirl iit lu ilolni thli. Wiiciui hmuily nlmot mr touih wltlimil luirllng you. Dr. Hiiirdevant, pft-lalliti ou cbililruu't tuotb nil rc((Ultttlii. WISE BROTHERS ...DENTISTS... Falling HulWIIng, Ttilrd and Wwhlngton I A. M It I I. M. Hiiuduyt u 1J. Xala mm f fijt .rs DR. T. P. WISt. FREIGHT RULES IN GERMANY. HcqalremvBi to B Mt bjr Amcrl. ran lu Kalaer'a Laad. American ahlppers of goods destined for tranaportntlon over the railroads of Germany will gave expenditure of mon ey, annoyance and poaalble loaa of fu turo business by exerclalng great care lu the preparation of the shipping docu ments covering the gooda, stating with exactitude the net und gross weights In kilos, and If the contents are Inflam mable or otherwise dangerous In char acter their exact nature ahould be sten cilled on the caae or package, as well aa stated lu the freight bill, says the New York Tribune. Heavy fines are Imposed for Infringe ment of the regulations governing freight main the Germnn roads, as em bodied lu the freight tariff of April 1. liaai. The ahlppers la resiHinslble for the correctness and completeness of the statements found lu freight bills and incurs all the consequences arising from Inexact or Insulllclent declaration. If, at the ahlp(Mr'a request, the freight bills are filled out by railroad employes, the responsibility of the ship ler 1 lu no wise lessened. If, lu car load shipments, the weight quoted In the freight bill shows no greater devia tion thau 2 per cent from that ascer tained from tho railway scales, the for mer Is considered correct. In cases of an Incorrect declaration of the contents of a shipment, or of a too low declara tion of the weight of a carload, or of the overloading of n car beyond Its pre scribed capacity, by the shipper or his igeiit, In addition to being obliged to pay tho iKissiMe freight uirrerence and compensation for the damage produced fines may be Imposed and made payable to the companies concerned In the transportation of the ooda, the amounts of which vary from $2.85 a kilo (2.20 pounds) to various minor penalties. If flnea are not paid by the shipper or his agent within a specified period, the goods may be sold at pnbllo sale, and tho proceeds derived applied to the pay ment of the fine. Should they not equal this amount, the shipper will still be held accountable for the difference. If fl 1 1 Lry-AAika Laftt Summer I had a severe attack of Inflamma tory Rheumatism la the knees, from which I was unable to leave my room for several months, I was treated by two dootors and also tried differ ent kinds of liniments and medicines which seemed to relieve me from pain for awhile, bat at the same time I was not any nearer Retting well. One day while reading a paper I saw aa adver tisement of S. S. 8. for Rheumatism. I deckled to Rive it a trial, which I did at once. After I had taken three bottles I felt a great deal tetter, and I continued to take it regularly until I was en tirely oured, I now feel better thaa I have for years. CHAS. E. GILDERSLEEVE. 613 32nd Street, Newport News, Va. While the damp, cold, ch.minp weather of Winter intensifies the pains and other disagreeable symptoms of Rheumatism, it is by no means a winter disease exclusively. Through the long months of Summer its wandering pains and twitch ing nerves are felt by those in whose blood the uric acid, which produces the disease, has accumulated. Rheumatism is a disease that involves the en tire system. Its primary cause results from the failure of the elinunativc organs, the Liver, Kid neys and Rowels, to carry out of the system the urea, or natural refuse matter. This coming in contact with the different acids of the body forms uric acid which is taken up and absorbed by the blood. This acid causes fermentation of the blood, making it sour and unfit for properly nourishing the body, and as this vital stream goes to every nook and corner of the body, the poison is distribu ted to all parts. The nervous system weakens from lack of rich, pure blood, the skin becomes fe verish and swollen, the stomach and digestion are affected, the appetite fails and a general diseased condition of the entire system is the result. Not only is Rheumatism the most painful of all diseases, with its swollen, stiff joints, throbbing muscles and stinging nerves, but it is a formidable and dangerous trouble. If the uric acid is allowed to remain in the blood, and the disease becomes chronic, chalky deposits form at the joints, and they are rendered immovable and stiff, and the patient left a helpless cripple for life. Every day the poison remains in the system the disease gets a firmer hold. The best time to get rid of Rheumatism is in warm weather; because then the blood takes on new life and the skin is more active and can better assist in the elimination of the poisons. With the proper remedy to force the acid out of the blood, and at the same time build up and strengten the Liver, Kidneys, Bowels and other organs of the body, Rheumatism can be per manently cured. External applications relieve the pain and temporarily reduce the inflam mation, and for this reason are desirable, but they cannot have any effect on the disease. The blood is poisoned and the blood must be treated "before a cure can be effected. S. S. S., a remedy made from roots, herbs and barks, is the best treatment for Rheuma tism. It goes into the blood and attacks the disease at its head, and by neutralizing the acid and driving it out, and building up the sour blood so it can supply nourishment and strength to every part of the body, cures Rheumatism permanently. S. S. S. is the only safe cure for the disease; being purely vegetable, it will not injure the system in the least, as do those medicines which contain Potash or some other mineral ingredient. S. S. S. tones up every part of the body by its fine tonic properties. While cleansing the blood of all poisons it builds up the appetite and digestion, soothes the excited nerves, re duces all inflammation, relieves pain and completely cures Rheumatism in every form Muscular, Inflamma tory, Articular or Sciatic. If you are worried with the nagging pains of Rheumatism, do not wait for it to be come chronic, but begin the use of S. S. S. and purge the blood of every particle of the poison. Write for our book on Rheumatism, and ask our physicians for any advice you wish. We make no charge for either. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA, GA. MAKING ARTIFICIAL ICE CREAM. Cottonseed Oil Iaed Instead of the Ordinary- I nitredlents. "When Trof. Stlllman of Stevens In stitute gave a dinner to two friends, at which most of the viands were made artificially hy chemical means," writes Lawrence Terry in the Technical World magalnft, "he had small Idea of the furore his efforts would produce. lut ho li.-i.( received hundreds of letters asking how different dishes were pro dticcd so many that he has not had time to answer many of them. "The chemical processes which he employed were some of them simple and some quite complicated. To make vanilla Ice cream by artificial means, for Instance, the alchemist took Retort Coorlfooi, "Aw captain, you used to be a whal er, didn't youV" "Yea." "Would you mind telling me aw what kind of bait you used in catching a whale?" "Dudes, when we could get 'em, youaj feller." Chicago Tribune. GASH I am prepared to purchase First or Hecomi Mortgapes or Equities in Con tracts of Sale ou anv class of Keal Es- Mate. A Inn make Loans. M. C. NOBLE, 312 Commercial Blk, Portland, Or. TITO V. tils' Ian-e and all Nervous Dis a-e- ll I W permanently cured by I'r. Kline's t.r-at erve Restorer. Send f,.r FHKK f2trtal bottl and trtause.lJr.il JI.Kliu , Ld., D-il Arch ft., l'Uila-.l'j. Divorce Inrrrsalnar. Divorces seems to be growing more prevalent every succeeding year. In lSnrs there were -U- divorces in New York City. In 1004 there were S43. The same Increase Is true of Chi cago, where In 1S!5 there were 1,143 some ' livorees, and In 1004 there were 2,350. HOWAKD E. BC RTOX. A ssayer and Chemist, ladville, Colorado. Kpeeimen prices: l.old, Silver, l-ad, 11 ; Hold, Wilver.T V; Gold, SV; Zincor CopjM-r.JI. Cyanide tes-s. Mailing envelope and full pru-e list sent on application. Control and I'm pire work puliclled. itelereacet Carbonate fa tiuual Uank. GASOLENE ENGINES 3 to 4 horse power fully warranted, fl.',j. All sizes and. It) les at lowest prices. Write for catalog. REICRSO.N MACHINERY COMPANY - Portland, Oregon. triple refined cottonseed oil an 1 placed it in a centrifugal machine which re volved at a velocity of .'1,000 revolutions a minute. A beautiful emulsion was thereby produced, which was then froz en, chemically, of course. The flavor was obtained by the addition of vanil lin, glucln and nltrobenzol. They say that Ice cream composed as above Is sold In many Southern States where cottonseed oil Is more plentiful and consequently cheaper than milk or cream. It Is far from harmful, tastes good and does not melt as quickly as the genuine Ice." In Philadelphia in 1004 014 divorces are on record, against 304 In 1S05. In Boston there were 2(50 cases of divorce in ISO.', and 512 in 1004. Nearly all the larger cities show a corresponding Increase of divorces Btati or Ohio, City or Tolbdo, J Lt'CAS county, i Frank J. Cheney makes oath that be Is 1 senior partner of the firm of K. J. Cheney A j Co., doing businessln the City of Toledo, Coun- J ty and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED HOLLARS for each and every case of Catakkh that cannot be ' eured by the use of Hall's Catakhh Cchk. i FRANK J. CHENEY. ! Sworn to before me and subscribed in my ; presence, this 6th day of December, A. P., lht. j fi'otary Public. Young MEN, Old MEN, Middle. Aged MEN Send for free pamphlet in rjlain cover. Tells about an appliance that insures happiness, health and success in life. Free send today. PORTLAND APPLIANCE CO. P. O. Box 25 Portland, Ore. LAND SGRBP I)hIii) 1. title Aaleo Women. The feminine direct descendants ol tie famous Aztecs are tiny creatures, e.Miulaltely formed und refined In fea ture. They carry the head with th upbearing grace of the full-blooded In dian; their hUIiw are not red, but a ilcur, smooth copper color that shines like gold In the sun; their, hair Is coai'hp, and black os ebony, and they are decorated with bright feathers anil giiy ornaments. Theso women niakf the most wonderful pottery that come o us from Mexico, for they have ke the old Aztec forms and decorations l.i their art, and they also weave won derful luiKkets and do e.xiulalte em broidery. New York News. If the parents of a girl want her to mil rry a certain young man all thev have t ) do Is pretend that they have no turthly use for him. Mothers will find M-. Wlnslow's Boothlnv By nip the best remedy touse for their children I ourlag the teething rjrlod. Couldn't Deny It. Prospective Investor The earthquake, of course, has disturbed property values out here a great deal. Sau Franciscan Well, sir, to tell the truth, our real estate fluctuated like tha mischief while tho quake was on, Chi cago Tribune. UTTERLY WORN OUT. SEAL Vitality Sapped by Years of Suffering With Kidney Trouble. Capt. J. W. Hogun, former post master of Indiauola, now living at Ana- tin, Texas, writes: "I waa afflicted fot yeara with paina serosa the loina and in the hips and shoulders. I had headache also and neuralgia. My right eye, from pain, waa of little use to me for yeara. The con. etant flow of urine kept my system depleted, causing nerv ous chills and night sweats. After try ing seven different kinda of climate and using all kinda of medicine, I had the good fortune to hear of Doan'a Kidney Pills. This remedy has cured me. I am aa well today aa I waa twenty yeara ago, and my eyesight ia perfect." Bold by all dealers. 50 centa a box. Foater-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Bought ana Saltt Approved Korest Reserve and Jta'lroad Scrip lor surveyed, unsurveyed, timbered or praire land; air. ved United Mtaies Military Bounty land Warrants; Recertified ISolillere' Additional benp; all kinds of Land bcrip rxiu. tr and sold. II. M. HAMILTON, J lie I'onlund, .Cortland, Or. THK DAISY FLY KlI.I K.lt destroys all the tiles and affords com it rt loevery nome-itt dtninir room, sieeplnif room and all Hall's Catarrh Curs is taken Internally, and sets directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHXNEY St CO., Toledo, O. Sold by PruKgists, 76c. liall s Family Pilli are the best. Decidedly Improved. Mr. Snagsby (rummaging in closet) Maria, this is a new hat, isn't It? Yhy don't you wear It? It looks better than r. t-tli I r ty vrm rinv wrtrn thin aejiHOn. I. c i ti ii u. it and you will never be without them. If nut kepi bf Mrs. Snagsby That S my Old hat. It i ea era, sent prepaid for aoc. Harold Soiuers, hi cm nfT mv henrl the other dav and was ' l"" ieKalb ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. over by a street car, ana i tninn I 'tiMit, - mm mm i m place flies H s are trouble some. Clean, neat and will not soil or In jure anything. Try them once run you are just as mean Chicago Tribune. as you can be !" CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING Portland Trade Directory Name aad Addresses In Portland of Repre sentative Business rirms. MAORI UNTK1IN8- W'etater To., Portland. Lowsal prlca on Lanterns and Slides. UOK&fca or all kinds for sale at very reasonable prices. Inquire 176 r'ront au CKKAM BKPAKATOHS-We guarantee tha U.S. r-eparalor to bs lh best. Write lor free catalog. Uaselwood Co., Hull aud Oak. MEN'BC'l.OTHINU Ruffura A Psndlston, sols agents Alfred Usnjamla A t'o.'s correct clothes. Kveryililug la men's furulshlnKS. Morrlsoa aud Until strseta. Uppoelte postollice. I'OULTHY FOOD- If you want your bans to la' more eges writs us lor tree particular lllNA I'OULTHY h.h.Wa-Acui I'orlland, Oregon. ay lartlculars about Pu tt Ills Co, PIANOH UlUIANS Oldest plsno house on Fa I'lflo coust. Organs aud Pianos ou easy payments. Write lor list. Let us quote you a price, AUeu A Ullbert-Kaiuaker Co., Portland, Oregon. WANTED- Men and Women to learn Harber trade Inelsbt weeks; graduates earn Irom 16 to iJ weekly ; expert Instructors; catalog free; Moler by win of Colleges, Hi Si, t'ourlh st Pox lleud. Dr, G. Gee Wo WONDERFUL HOME TREATMENT This wonderful Chi nese Doctor la called great because be cures !eople without opera luu that are given up to die. He cures with those wonderful Cul lies herbs, roots, buds, barks aud vegetables that are entirely un known to medical sci ence in lulu country. Throng n the use ui thus harmless remedies this famous doctor knows tlieacllou of over too different remedies which he succeasrully uses In different diseases, tie tiuaranleestocuie catarrh, asthma, lung, throat, rheumatism, nervousness, stomach, liver; kid neys, etc.) has hundreds of testimonials. Charges moderate. Call and see him. Patients out of the city write fur blitnkr and circulars, bend stamp. CONSULTATION i'UKU. Address THE C. GEE WO CHINESE MEDICINE CO 162't first St., S. C. Cor. Morrlsoa Mention pper. PORTLAND. OREGON. P. N. U. No. 29-06 WUKIi writing- to adTortlsere yieav mention this paper.